What was the relationship between Jesus and St Peter?
The relationship was teacher and disciple, then it changed to saviour and saved.
St. Peter, or Peter the apostle (as he is called in the New Testament) was one of Jesus' 12 disciples, and also one of Jesus' "inner circle" of 3 disciples, Peter, James and John. Jesus took these three with him up the mountain to the transfiguration (Matthew 17) As Jesus predicted, Peter betrayed Jesus by denying him, and was 'reinstated' by Jesus after the resurrection.
If Jesus appointed St Peter as the head of his church then why is it that it was St. Paul who founded Jesus' churches and not St Peter?
Jesus chose Peter and not Paul asd firstly Paul came after Jesus death a, and secondly Jesus changed Simons name to Peter Which means rock . Jesus said on you Peter I will build my church on.
st peter spreaded the word about god.He might have done other works for jesus
St. Peter, St. John, and St. James were with Jesus at Gethsemane.
St. Peter helped the children of rome and nirsa.
He was a follower of Jesus and is brothers with St. Peter
Jesus told Peter to go and feed my sheep.
Wen Jesus asked peter who he was ? Peter boldly said youarethe Messiah the son of the living God.
There is a strongly held tradition that Peter was the first bishop of Rome and that Linus was his successor. However, it appears that this tradition began some time in the second century. Francis A. Sullivan says, in From Apostles to Bishops, that there is a general agreement among scholars, including Catholic scholars, that the church of Rome was led by a council of presbyters until well into the second century, with no evidence of… Read More
Peter did not change his name, Jesus did. Jesus named him Cephas or Petrus, which mean 'rock.'
Simons relationship with Jesus is very strong because Simon is the one who was depicted by a saw
Peter was a commercial fisherman at Bethsaida on the Sea of Galilee with his brother St. Andrew.
St. Peter was reminded that he would deny Our Lord by the crowing of the cock(Rooster).
St. Andrew the Apostle was one of the first followers of Jesus. He was the brother of St. Peter.
Simon Peter was one of the original 12 apostles.
Saint Peter showed courage by leaving everything he had to follow Jesus Christ. By having faith in Jesus and walking into the sea, Saint Peter showed his courage and trustworthiness in Jesus to save him.
Peter did not betray Jesus; Judas did that. You might be thinking of the three denials: Jesus predicted that Peter would deny him three times before the crew that morning, and Peter did. (King James version: St. Matthew 26:68-75)
After Jesus died, St Peter or Simon Peter, one of Jesus' diciples, founded Christianity and the beliefs that went with this religion were mostly based on what Jesus did.
The first Pope was St. Peter and Jesus chose him but the Romans hated him so sent him to be crusified but St. Peter refused to be crusified like Jesus so they crusified him upsiedown.
It is not known when St. Peter the Apostle was born, though he was beleived to have been about the same age as Jesus, or just a little younger.
St. Peter. Jesus said to him "You are Peter and upon you I will build my church."
Peter was in his early 30s when Jesus made him pope.
St. Peter - He was appointed the Rock by Jesus when Jesus was on the Cross.
St. Peter Claver, SJ was a priest of the Jesuit order. St. Peter was born in Catalonia, Verdu, in 1580. Before his ordination, Peter sailed for Colombia with the purpose of serving the native people. He was ordained at Cartagena and made a solemn promise to evangelize and and give all possible assistance to the African slaves. St. Peter gave nearly 40 years of service comforting and sustaining them and bringing them food and the… Read More
He loved and followed god
St Sebastian had a living relationship with God through his mercy and grace expressed in the death of the Lord Jesus Christ.
No, the only apostle at the foot of the cross was St. John.
the Pope is the visible head of the Catholic CHurch. He takes the place of Jesus on earth. The first Pope was St. Peter. Jesus appointed him pope when he said to Peter:"On this rock I will build my church." Peter Means rock.
n Peter was called to be a disciple , he and his brother Andrew who were mending their nets with their father who was a fisherman. They both left their nets and followed jesus.
Becaus Jesus knew that he would build a church on a rock and named him peter and peter means "rock"
Our Lord Teaches us that it is Built upon St. Peter the Apostle.
52. I have found this answer by subtracting the root of lucifer by the angle of god to create st peter. this then divides by pie to make Jesus.
The first reason Jesus chose Peter was that he loved him very much. Peter had a great personality and traits. He had fire, enthusiasm, and was a real social butterfly not afraid to meet people and tell them about Jesus. He would be a great evangelist (and he was). Peter may have flub up after Jesus was arrested but so what. Jesus uses us human who know we have flaws. He does use the pharisees… Read More
Answer Jesus also called the Christ, St Peter, the twelve Apostles, St Paul, St Augustine, The Emperor Constantine, The Popes, St Thomas Aquinas.
St. Peter was the first Pope. St. Peter was crucified upside down because he did not believe he should die in the exact same manner as Jesus did.
St. Peter (died ca. 65) is traditionally considered to be the head of Jesus' 12 Apostles and the first bishop of Rome.
Peter denied Christ each time he was asked of his association with him out of fear of being arrested and punished.
Jesus Christ ANS 2 -I would assume that to be St. Peter.
No, the patron saints of foreign missions are: St. Francis Xavier Infant Jesus of Prague St. Peter Claver St. Therese of Lisieux
Peter died sometime between 64 and 67 AD.
He worked with his boys St. Ignatius and St. Francis Xavier. They started schools around Europe like bosses. Faber is the unsung hero of the Society of Jesus.
All men and women are sinners (Romans 3:23), with the exception of Christ Jesus (1 Peter 2:22).
St. Jude is thought to have been a first cousin of Our Lord. Tradition says that Jude had a close resemblance to Jesus.
The pope is important to Roman Catholics because he is the head of the church. Before Jesus died, he assigned St. Peter to continue Jesus' work after he was gone. Each of the popes is a considered by Catholics to be a successor of Peter as head of the church, Peter was a successor of Jesus, so that is why the pope is important to Catholics.
No, Our Blessed Lord appointed Peter as His first Vicar (representative and head of His Church). He didn't say "be a Catholic", He made St. Peter the head of the Catholic Church, or as Jesus said it, "My Church" (see St. Matthew 16:7-19) particularly verse 18: And I tell you, you are Peter, and on this rock I will build my church , and the powers of death shall not prevail against it." (Peter is… Read More
Catholic teaching is that St. Peter became the first pope.
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Paul never knew Peter, though Jesus called Peter "The Rock" upon which he would build his new church. However, Peter never built that church, and Paul's form of Hellenized Christianity became the dominant sect which continues to this day.
Jesus met Peter by the Sea of Galilee , as Peter was a fisherman, with his brother Andrew. Andrew introduced Peter to Jesus. Andrew had been a disciple of John the Baptist. A: The synoptic gospels say that Jesus was walking by the Sea of Galilee and saw the brothers Peter and Andrew fishing, and called them to him (Mark 1:16). John's Gospel says that Andrew was a disciple of John the Baptist; John told… Read More
St Peters Basilica is the Cathedral of Catholics, so Jesus and God, most definitely not the Roman Gods.